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Alice Ripley to Debut New Solo Show Ripley Prescription at the Green Room 42

The Green Room 42 - Broadway's newest intimate concert venue - has announced the return of Tony Award winner Alice Ripley in her debut of her new show 'Ripley Prescription' on Saturday, February 24 at 700 Pm. Featuring everything from poprock hits to musical theatre standards, this one night only engagement is a rare opportunity to experience an extraordinary evening of storytelling and song by a performer the NY Daily News called 'a musical theatre legend.'
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Alice Ripley, Andy Kelso, Beth Malone and More to Declare 'All We Need is Love' for Broadway Cares

With scheduled featured performances by Beth Malone Fun Home, Andy Kelso Kinky Boots, Alice Ripley Next to Normal, Rachel deBenedet Addams Family, Elizabeth Welch Phantom of the Opera, Hillary Capps, Mayteana Morales and Dave Bailis of Walk Talk, Danielle Rhodes, Eugene Ebner, Emmy Award-winning composer Denise Gentilini, Kennedy Caughell The Great Comet, Wicked and Ryan Connelly Disney's Finding Nemo.
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Alice Ripley, Emily Skinner, The Skivvies, and More Headline Elegies For Angels, Punks And Raging Queens

Feinstein'S54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents Alice Ripley, Emily Skinner, Josh Young, Emily Padgett, Nick Adams, The Skivvies and many more in a concert of Elegies For Angels, Punks And Raging Queens on Thursday, January 18 at 700 and 930. With book and lyrics by Bill Russell, who will also host and music by Janet Hood, who will serve as Musical Director, Elegies ... was inspired by personal stories of those affected by Hivaids and has been performed around the world. The score features such songs as My Brother Lived in San Francisco, And the Rain Keeps Falling Down and Learning To Let Go.
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Photo Coverage: Alice Ripley & Emily Skinner: Unnatached! at Feinstein's/54 Below

Back by popular demand after several sold out engagements New York City - they could never leave you. Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner are Unattached and ready to tear the paint off the walls of Feinstein's54 Below with both new material and some of their old favorites. The pair has kicked off their concert series and BroadwayWorld was there to give you the inside look. Check out the photos below
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Bww TV: Feinstein's/54 Below Gets Ready for the Holidays with Norm Lewis, Alice Ripley & More!

Acclaimed performer, multi-platinum-selling and five-time Grammy-nominated recording artist, author, conductor, artistic director, and impresario Michael Feinstein December 18-30 Tony Award nominee Norm Lewis December 18-23 Tony Award nominee Vivian Reed December 7, February 7, March 7 and Tony Award winner Alice Ripley November 28-December 6 are all heading to Feinstein's54 Below this winter Below, watch as they give a special preview of their upcoming shows
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Jeff Perry, Norm Lewis and Alice Ripley to Give 'Standup Shakespeare' Concert Reading at Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf's LookOut Series is excited to announce a surprise summer performance of Standup Shakespeare A Concert Reading with music by Ray Leslee, book by Kenneth Welsh and words by Shakespeare, of course. This event, which is a benefit concert reading for the theatre, showcases the extraordinary talent of Steppenwolf co-founder Jeff Perry alongside Broadway legends Norm Lewis and Alice Ripley.
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Alice Ripley, Alex Brightman, Erin Davie and More to Highlight Musicals of the Last Decade in Broadway By The Year at Town Hall

Tony Award winner Alice Ripley Next to Normal, Tony Award nominee Alex Brightman School of Rock, Erin Davie Sunday in the Park with George, Side Show, Grey Gardens andDrama Desk honoree Danny Gardner Dames at Sea will join Tony Award nominees Brandon Uranowitz Falsettos, An American in Paris andChristiane Noll Ragtime, Chaplin, Jekyll amp Hyde and two-time Nightlife Award winner Scott Coulter for Town Hall's Broadway by the Year Series on Monday, June 19 at 8pm.
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Bww Interview: Sirius Xm's Seth Rudetsky Talks Concert for America

Tickets are on sale now for the March Concert For America Stand Up, Sing Out FeaturingChita Rivera,Melissa Manchester,Alice Ripley,Ana Gasteyer, the Chicago cast of Hamilton,Sharon Gless,Lynne Jordan,Marya Grandyand Emily Bear, the third edition of Concert For America will take place on Monday, March 20 at 8pm at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago 50 E Congress Parkway.
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Hamilton's Chicago Cast, Chita Rivera and More to Headline Concert For America in the Windy City

Tickets are on sale now for the March Concert For America Stand Up, Sing Out Featuring Chita Rivera, Melissa Manchester, Alice Ripley, Ana Gasteyer, the Chicago cast of Hamilton, Sharon Gless, Lynne Jordan, Marya Grandy and Emily Bear, the third edition of Concert For America will take place on Monday, March 20 at 8pm at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago 50 E Congress Parkway.
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Live Now: Watch 'Concert for America' Featuring the Best of Broadway

BroadwayWorld is pleased to stream Live the star-studded 'Concert for America.'The sold-out show - created and produced bySeth RudetskyandJames Wesley- will feature performances and appearances byBetty Buckley, Michelle Collins, Lilla Crawford, Brian d'Arcy James, Sharon Gless, Judy Gold, Richard Kind, Judy Kuhn, Anika Larsen, Liz Larsen, Caissie Levy, Beth Malone, Carrie Manolakos, Stephanie Mills, Jessie Mueller, Kate Mulgrew, Julia Murney, Bebe Neuwirth, Kelli O'Hara, Piper Perabo, Rosie Perez, Billy Porter, Randy Rainbow, Caroline Rhea, Alice Ripley, Chita Rivera, Shayna Steele, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Ben Vereen, Lillias White, Betsy Wolfeand more.
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Watch Live: Broadway’s Biggest Stars Sing Out in Inauguration Day ‘Concert For America’

Watch Live: Broadway’s Biggest Stars Sing Out in Inauguration Day ‘Concert For America’
Broadway’s biggest stars are lending their voices to an Inauguration Day concert in New York City Friday, designed to raise money for national organizations dedicated to protecting civil rights, women’s health and environmental protection.

The event is already sold out, but People and Entertainment Weekly is streaming the show live from N.Y.C.’s Town Hall beginning at 3 p.m. Est — right here on People.com.

It’ll also be streaming on the People/Entertainment Weekly Network (Pen). Go to People.com/Pen, or download the app for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, Xfinity,
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Broadwaysted Podcast Welcomes King of Theatrical Podcast Media, Patrick Hinds

Happy New Year Broadwaysted fans We're so excited to kick off the year with a podcast crossover explosion as we pour out Makers Mark and Ginger with Podcast Prince Patrick Hinds Patrick spills about his three brilliant podcasts the long-running Theater People, the official BroadwayCon Podcast, and the new documentary-style Broadway Backstory in partnership with TodayTix. We chat about eccentric infomercial people, Patrick joins Kevin's side in the ongoing conversation about American Psycho, and Patrick talks about the time he interviewed Alice Ripley with a sock, WhatHaveYouSeenThisWeek includes our Broadwaysted trip to Laguardia High School's Les Miserables The School Version with the best non-professional program bio ever as well as our fun time on the subway seeing In Transit.
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Matthew Morrison Kicks Off 'Broadway Up Close' Series in Philadelphia

Four of Broadway's biggest names will come to Philadelphia's Kimmel Center for the second season of the Broadway Up Close series hosted by SiriusXM radio star Seth Rudetsky, the man The New York Times called the 'Mayor of Broadway.' The series is produced by Mark Cortale and first up is Matthew Morrison, who has been nominated for a Tony Award for Light in the Piazza and Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for his starring role in the hit TV series Glee for one show only on Saturday, December 17 at 800 Pm. Other stars appearing in the series this season will be Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award nominated superstar Vanessa Williams on Jan. 21, followed by Alice Ripley, Tony Award winner for Next to Normal on May 6, and last but not least, living legend and a two-time Tony winner Chita Rivera on June 3.
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Alice Ripley, Lilli Cooper & More to Introduce 2016 Jonathan Larson Award Winner at Joe's Pub

Introducing 2016 Jonathan Larson Award Winner Sam Salmond with a sneak peek at musicals in development, performed by a cast of Broadway's best including Tony Award Winner Alice Ripley Next To Normal, American Psycho, Ato Blankson-Wood Hair, The Total Bent, Lilli CooperSPRING Awakening, Spongebob, Michael Linden Spring Awakening tour, Bonnie Milligan God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, Shakina Nayfack Hulu's Difficult People,' Manifest Pussy, Larry Owens Fat Camp, Jon Rua Hamilton, Preston Sadleir Next To Normal, Taylor Trensch Curious Incident, Bare, Barrett Wilbert Weed Heathers, Found, Noah Zachary Poster Boy, and more to be announced
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Photo Flash: It's a Next To Normal Reunion at Jennifer Damiano's 54 Below Show

This past Saturday, July 30th, Aaron Tveit made a surprise guest appearance at the closing night Jennifer Damiano's solo show 'Jennuinely' at Feinstein's54 Below to sing 'Superboy and the Invisible Girl' with Jennifer and Alice Ripley for the first time in more than six years. Scroll down for photos from the unexpected Next To Normal reunion featuring Damiano and Tveit along withAlice Ripley, Meghann Fahy andAdam Chanler-Berat
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Watch Broadway Stars Crush ‘What the World Needs Now Is Love’ at Democratic Convention (Video)

Watch Broadway Stars Crush ‘What the World Needs Now Is Love’ at Democratic Convention (Video)
Delegates were swaying back and fourth while singing along to a live rendition of “What the World Needs Now Is Love” by a variety of Broadway stars at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday. The song fired up the packed crowd and received one of the biggest ovations of the week, with the room chanting, “Love trumps hates” when the song ended. Kristen Bell, Darren Criss, Alice Ripley, Ben Vereen, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Debra Messing, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald, Rosie Perez were joined by over a dozen other Broadway stars for the powerful track that was recently recorded as a benefit.
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Bww TV: Together Again! Alice Ripley & Emily Skinner Are Ready to Reunite at Feinstein's/54 Below!

New York City - they could never leave you. Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner are Unattached and ready to tear the paint off the walls of Feinstein's54 Below with both new material and some of their old favorites. The February premiere of this show at Feinstein's 54 Below marked these two leading ladies' first performance together in NYC in nearly nine years. Powerhouse performances, reminiscing, and memory make it an unforgettable evening. Emily and Alice will return to Feinstein's54 Below to celebrate the album's release on July 12, 13, 19, 20, 22, 23 amp 25th at 7pm. Tickets are availablehere.
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Emily Skinner & Alice Ripley Set for Trent Armand Kendall's Broadway Download on 7/6

Nearly 20 years ago Broadway fell in love with the spellbinding Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley as Daisy and Violet Hilton conjoined twins and unlikely starlets in the moody and romantic original 1997 production of Side Show by Bill Russell and Dreamgirls composer Henry Krieger, directed by Robert Longbottom. Skinner and Ripley have enjoyed Broadway success and acclaim, each in their own right, as well as thriving concert and recording careers.The ladies will talk work, play,friendship, family and the phenomenon that led to their remarkable joint Tony Nomination.
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